Author Archives: Linda Sinish

Accepting Credit Cards When Selling Your Art

I’m doing some research for accepting credit cards. I’ve had so many customers ask if I accept credit cards.  Since I don’t I just know that there have been many lost sales because people don’t carry a lot of cash. In … Continue reading

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Unblocking Creative Energy

The other day I was involved in a discussion of how the power to create multiplies when more than one person is involved. This conversation reminded me that many successful creative endeavors have been manifested through the power of several … Continue reading

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WV Highlands Artisan Gallery Jury Process

As promised in a previous post this is one of several articles on having your art work juried into a gallery.   I have had the pleasure of being accepted into some of Tucker Counties finest art galleries.  Each location has … Continue reading

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Take Some Time To Make Blissful Stuff

It doesn’t need to be perfect.  It doesn’t need to be for someone else.  The stuff you make brings a moment of bliss to the here and now.  What do you make?  What is your bliss?

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The Road Most Juried

Yesterday, I had my tent and traveling shop at a local open air market.  I enjoyed the entire day surrounded by cheerful people.  Maybe it was the beautiful sunny day with the breeze coming off the nearby mountain and the … Continue reading

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Tucker County Artisans Invade Randolf County

Last week I was one of the many vendors selling at the Spring Fling Fair that was held in Elkins.  I know, I know, this blog is about the creative talents here in Tucker County.  But that’s exactly what I … Continue reading

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Unexpected Creative Friends in Tucker County

You missed a great class at the Heritage House in Parsons.   As I walked to the back room where classes are held, I was greeted with many smiling faces.  Most of the attendees were new to me, so Barb McDonald, our instructor, … Continue reading

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